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notebook

(computer)

notebook

(tool)

What does it mean when you dream about a notebook?

Keeping notes and taking notes indicates that the dreamer is trying to stay on top of things and keep detailed records. Such a dream would be quite appropriate if the dreamer were preparing for an I.R.S. audit.

notebook

A laptop computer that weighs roughly from four to seven pounds. The term originated when laptops were routinely more than 10 pounds, and lighter models were placed in a special "notebook" category. In practice, notebooks and laptops are synonymous. Portable computers that weigh less than four pounds may be called a "subnotebook" or "mini laptop." For features of a portable computer, see laptop. See subnotebook, netbook, MacBook and Ultrabook.
References in classic literature ?
In this strain, with an occasional glass of ale, by way of parenthesis, when the coach changed horses, did the stranger proceed, until they reached Rochester bridge, by which time the note-books, both of Mr.
He took out his note-book, opened it, shut it, dropped it into his hat, which was beside him on the desk, and looked in at it as it lay at the bottom of the hat: all with a great appearance of consideration.
With those prongs of hair sticking up all over his head, and his breath coming and going very hard and short, the busy Pancks fell back a step (in Tug metaphor, took half a turn astern) as if to show his dingy hull complete, then forged a-head again, and directed his quick glance by turns into his hat where his note-book was, and into Clennam's face.
It was with almost childish joy that I made a little circle in my note-book and traced the word Greenwich beside it.
The next item which I find in my note-book is this one:
But your first one is rather a good title," she added, looking at Irais and drawing out her note-book.
We knew what we did call him, and were afraid Minora would in time ferret it out and enter it in her note-book.
He held his open note-book upon his knee, and from time to time he jotted down figures and memoranda in the light of his pocket-lantern.
Fifth, I was a traveller and a writer, eager to see things and to gather material into my note-books.